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Study says Hulu is better than Netflix; October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month

Today is Friday, Sept. 28, 2018. Here’s what you need to know:

Good morning, 

Netflix may be the streaming service you hear about most when people want to stream a TV show, but a new study shows that Hulu is actually the top dog.

Online streaming guide Reelgood examined five streaming services — Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, HBO and Showtime — to see which offered the highest quality and quantity of TV show, according to Business Insider. The study also determined that, though Hulu costs more than Netflix ($12 a month versus $10.99 a month), Hulu is able to provide subscribers with a higher number of shows available for each dollar spent.

Hulu leads the pack with 1,800 shows, and the study determined the quality of the show as being in the top 20,000 most popular titles on Reelgood, along with having a 6.5 score or higher with a minimum of 300 votes on IMDb.

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Ohio hockey will take on John Carroll for the first series of the 2018-19 season. (The Post)

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